I’m a former Burger King employee – you can ensure you get a fresh burger each time using one secret phrase

IF YOU’RE tired of receiving fast-food meals that have spent a bit too long under a warming lamp, you’re in luck.

A former Burger King employee revealed how to get a fresh burger each time you order from the restaurant.

John Liang, whose TikTok page is dedicated to giving followers “finance cheat codes,” acted out a potential exchange between a Burger King worker and a customer wanting a fresh patty.

He said the trick is not to just ask for a fresh burger, but to say: “I would like my patty fresh off the broiler.” 

“Oh, so you know the secret phrase,” John, acting as the Burger King employee, replied.

“Because now instead of giving you something from the warming tray, we’re going to take a frozen patty, plop it into the broiler, and make it fresh just for you.”

John added that while he never worked at Burger King, his pal named TJ used to work at the restaurant and relayed the hack to him.

 While the tip seems innocent, many viewers left negative reviews in the comment section of the video.

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“Yea that’s how you get your food spit in,” one viewer wrote.

“That Whopper will hit the floor and get spit on,” another skeptical viewer said.

Yet a third unamused person stated: “Bro it’s fast food just get your order and move on.

“If you want it fresh make it yourself.”

“Except now you’re waiting an extra 20 minutes for a burger that costs $5; as a former Burger King employee this is generally not worth it,” a fourth naysayer added.

Burger King did not immediately reply to a request for comment from The Sun.

If you aren’t keen on ordering from Burger King, there is a tip to get a fresh burger and fries at its competitor, McDonald’s. 

Plus, a McDonald’s employee revealed exactly how he makes the Chicken McNuggets taste fresh again with minimal effort.

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